Nik Theodore

University of Illinois, Chicago

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Director of the Center of Urban Economic Development and Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Policy at the University of Illinois, Chicago

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It used to be a given that a rise in temporary employment was a sign of economic recovery and that permanent hiring would not be far behind.

Is Temporary Employment the New Normal?

It used to be a given that a rise in temporary employment was a sign of economic recovery and that permanent hiring would not be far behind.

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It used to be axiomatic that a rise in temporary employment was a sign of economic recovery and that permanent hiring would not be far behind.

Is Temporary Employment the New Normal?

It used to be axiomatic that a rise in temporary employment was a sign of economic recovery and that permanent hiring would not be far behind.

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